'Dancing with the Stars' Week 6 Recap: Find Out Who Stands Out and Is Eliminated in Movie Night


'Dancing with the Stars' Week 6 Recap: Find Out Who Stands Out and Is Eliminated in Movie Night


In the Movie Night, a pair took the ballroom to dance 'brilliant' Argentine Tango and got a perfect 40, while another one struggled with Rumba.
Following the Disney Night last week, "Dancing with the Stars" continued the current season 25 with a Movie Night. The stars danced their way to the ballroom with epic, beautiful dance routines. Joining Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba was guest judge Shania Twain.

Kicking off the night were Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev. The pair danced an Argentine Tango to "Derniere Danse" by Indila. "I didn't need subtitles to follow this story. You have a tenderness…I thought it was great," Len said. Meanwhile, Bruno said that there was Parisian chic and poise. Nikki got 36 points out of 40.

Up next were Drew Scott and Emma Slater, dancing Paso Doble to "Legend" by The Score. Shania said, "I thought all the drama was captured…this is all about a power struggle and I thought the timing was excellent." While Carrie Ann said that the performance was "entertaining," she pointed out that "there were mistakes." The pair earned 30 points.

Nick Lachey and Peta Murgatroyd later took the stage to dance Samba to "Wild Wild West" by Dru Hill, Will Smith and Kool Moe Dee. Shania loved the "engaging spirit" of the dance, but Bruno said that "samba is very hard for men…you can never look like you're trying." The judges gave them 26 points.

Victoria Arlen and Valentin Chmerkovskiy were up next. They opted for a Paso Doble to "We Will Rock You" by Queen, transforming the ballroom into a hockey rink. Carrie Ann praised Victoria for containing the intensity of the dance. Similarly, Shania said that the routine was creative and fun. The pair got 31 points.

Dancing Jive to "Fell It Still" by Portugal. The Man, Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke tried their best that night. Len said, "Wasn't quite double-O-heaven … But it was your best dance so far." Bruno seemed to love the performance as he said, "You had such a slick, sexy, cool persona … Light on your feet, great timing." The former footballer got 37 points, including a 10 from Shania.

Frankie Muniz danced Jazz to "Holly Rock" by Sheila E. alongside Witney Carson. Len said it was well done and entertaining, but Carrie Ann noted that there were a lot of mistakes. Tying with Victoria, Frankie earned 31 points.

Vanessa Lachey a.k.a. Vanessa Minnillo and Maksim Chmerkovskiy did Quickstep to "Let's Be Bad" from "Smash" that night. Despite a wardrobe malfunction, the pair nailed the performance. Carrie Ann even praised Vanessa, who handled the malfunction like a pro. They got 36 points.

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold danced Rumba to "Supermarket Flowers" by Ed Sheeran. Bruno dubbed the performance "magnetic storytelling," while Carrie Ann simply said that the entire dance was a wave of gorgeousness. The pair got another high score, 39 points, with only Len giving them 9.

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas danced Argentine Tango to "Human" by Sevdaliza, rounding out that night's performance. Len dubbed it "brilliant," adding that "the choreography was phenomenal." Shania said, "It was so graphic and intense. I've never seen sharp edges look so graceful." They got a perfect 40!

Nick and Peta unfortunately were eliminated.


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